“I feel like maybe chokers are the new flower crowns?”-Taylor Swift on her choker obsession at Coachella 2016
Source: Taylor Swift
Keeping up with the trends can be pretty hard, especially if they are unflattering to most body types. However, the choker is a blast from the past and marks a new trend that everyone is able to rock. The best part about it, is that you can literally make your own. LCNY is going to show you some really fun chokers that are totally on trend and don’t leave your bank account empty.
Every girl in New York knows that black is the the new black. Meaning, black suits any event and any season. This velvet choker is so fun because it is the perfect addition to your going-out look. The gold detail gives you a bit of shimmer and brightens up the top half of your look. Wrapping it twice is something you can do to add a bit more edge, however one loop around the neck is sleek and simple.
One of my favorite choker styles has been the double knotted look. This tan leather cord is super light and easy to wear with many different styles. Paired with jeans or a sundress; this is a summer-must. Also, feel free to layer with your other necklaces – there are no rules!
‘Tis the time of #Chella. Coachella is in America’s festival prime. From celebrities dressed in 70’s inspo to amazing music, this festival is something that everyone should experience. That being said, florals and fun patters are where its at. This choker is exactly what Coachella is all about. Flower Power!
This red ribbon is beyond perfect for a fall look. The deep color is a great pair with a gray or black sweater and our Masala Ostrich Sorella bag. Its a simple look with minute details that spice up the outfit its paired with.
These are just a few of the options that you have, but the best part is when you get to pick the type of material and color you want your choker to be. You don’t have to lose sleep over your purchase either. All four chokers only cost us ten dollars (gasp)!
Yours In Style,
Lauren Cecchi New York Team
post in : Alex Riba